Top 5 Tools for DIY DAD #Ryobi #ad

There are just a few days left before Father’s Day.  Are you in a panic?  If you have a DIY kind of Dad then there’s no reason to be anxious!  I have a few suggestions.

Check out Ryobi’s Father’s Day Gift Centre at Home Depot between May 25-28

Any man can father a child.  Let’s face it, it’s the easiest part of becoming a father!  Taking on the role of “father” and actually being present in their child’s life, loving them, disciplining them, teaching them, etc. is what is difficult.  Dads are often overlooked, so why not remind Dad of your appreciation?

Disclosure: I have been compensated to share this post. The opinions on this blog are my own.

If Dad (or the father figure in your life) is handy, or likes to pretend so, then RYOBI has several options!  Let’s look at the top 5:

 1.      18V ONE+ 10″ Sliding Dual Bevel Brushless Mitre Saw

-Brushless motor provides longer runtime and longer life

-Extended miter ranges from 45° left to 50° right to accommodate a wide variety of cuts

-Miter stops located at the most common crown molding angles 0o, 15o, 22.5o, 31.6o, and 45o left and right for quick cut settings

-Miter detent override provides quick action lever by-passes miter detent index points with one simple motion

-Electric brake stops the blade in seconds

 2.        40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Attachment Capable String Trimmer

-Attachment capable: accepts Ryobi Expand-It attachments and other universal gas attachments to save time, money and space

-40V lithium-ion high capacity battery and 90-minute charger included

-Premium 0.080-inch twisted dual line

-REEL-EASY bump-feed string head for fast and easy reloading

-13 to 15-inch adjustable cutting width for longer run time or wider cutting path

 3.      18V ONE+ Lithium+ Brushless String Trimmer

-Brushless motor for maximum power and run time

-Variable speed & 2-speed trigger

-Reel easy with speed winder bump feed head for fast reloads

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 4.      18V ONE+ Brushless Hammer Drill/Driver Kit

-First ONE+ BRUSHLESS tool

-Brushless motor for longer runtime and life

-750+ in-lbs Torque

-2-speed gear box

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 5.      18V ONE+™ Brushless Belt Sander

-Brushless motor for corded performance with cordless convenience

-Tool-free, 5-position adjustable pommel handle

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Can you imagine how many items off the “To Do List” could get done?  I don’t think there’s a job that Dad won’t be able to do.  It’s time to dust off those “To Do Lists” and possibly even write-up some more.  Boys with their toys indeed.  I know!  I know!  Dad will be beyond overjoyed!  Dad will be thrilled!  Just remember something Mom; while Dad is busy with his tool(s) you can enjoy a peaceful moment to yourself.  Dad can thank you later.

On a side note:  there may be some readers that will think that this post is ‘sexist’.  That’s not the intent; in fact, that’s exactly why I mentioned above “the father figure in your life.”  It’s meant to encompass step-fathers, grandfathers, uncles, brothers, any person of the LGBTQQIP2AA* community … essentially, anyone that fills that father figure role.  Writing all these possibilities in every single sentence would interrupt the flow or how the sentence sounds.  Could you imagine?

“Happy Father’s, Dad’s, LGBTQQIP2AA’s, Father Figure’s, StepFather’s Day!”

It just wouldn’t roll off the tongue.  So that I can simply focus on appreciating that special person in our lives, I’ll stick to mentioning Father’s Day, Dad, and Father Figure.  I hope that’s understandable.

*LGBTQQIP2SAA stands for:
LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender)
Two Q’s to cover both bases (queer and questioning);
I for Intersex, people with two sets of genitalia or various chromosomal differences;
P for Pansexual, people who refuse to be pinned down on the Kinsey scale;
2S for Two-Spirit, a tradition in many First Nations that considers sexual minorities to have both male and female spirits;
A for Asexual, people who do not identify with any orientation; and
A for Allies, recognizing that the community thrives best with loving supporters, although they are not really part of the community itself.
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